a course with good intentions
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Pros: - clean, quiet, no one else there when I was there
- signs are clear and basket positions obvious
Cons: - holes are quite short
- baskets could use a few more chains; your disc will pop right through them if you throw hard
Other Thoughts: The first four holes criss-cross a dirt bowl and provide a bit more distance than the remaining five--from around 240-280 feet as I recall. After that you start working your way around the perimeter of the school, along and into some treed areas. You eventually end up in back of the school with a few very short but reasonably challenging holes.
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Pros: -Fresh baskets
-Casual, family-friendly area
-Made by the Boy Scouts, so you know they took time and effort into making it
-Good use of the few trees to add challenge on some holes
Cons: -Baskets needs some extra chains. Had three blow outs in my group of 4
-On school property, so can really only be played on weekends.
Other Thoughts: This course means a lot to me, being an Eagle Scout myself many moons ago. It was built and designed by Nick Naples, and upstanding young man who was sadly killed in a car accident along with two other Scouts and their Scoutmaster last summer. I choked up a few times playing.
That's why its hard for me to list any cons, but I do have to be honest. This course was built for the Middle School so they can incorporate the EDGE Program into the curriculum. The whole thing can be played with a putter.
This is a great, entry-level course in beautiful Woodland Park, CO. If you have that in mind, you'll have a great time. Just please be respectful.
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